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Embrace the Three Laws

Appreciation and rewards programs do more than make staff happy – they can also build your company’s culture, create relationships and draw in talented new employees.

I’ve seen the success of recognition programs first-hand – by facilitating one at my company for more than 20 years. But as with any approach to business, recognition programs require a strategy. I view them as a valuable tool that, when executed properly, tell your staff they are appreciated, valued and acknowledged.

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Bruce Maclellan
Bruce MacLellan is the CEO and founder of Environics Communications.


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